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University e-book ‘scandal’

Thousands of University staff across the UK have called for an investigation into a potential academic e-book scam. "Price...

New study finds Black and Asian people face higher risks from Covid

A study of 18 million people in the UK and US has found that people from a black or Asian background are...

Government bill to prevent key UK firms from foreign takeovers that threaten national security

A new bill is to be introduced by the government to prevent hostile foreign takeovers. Called the National Security...

Would you eat a “McPlant” burger?

McDonald's has announced its new meat free "McPlant" line for 2021. The fast food giant will be introducing plant...

Real living wage sees 20p per hour boost

Under the real living wage scheme employers voluntarily increase pay beyond the government minimums, in a bid to better support a more...

New green fuel to power ships

90% of all globally traded goods today are transported by sea, this requires an enormous amount of fuel. Marine...

Iceberg larger than Somerset on Collision path with South Georgia

The worlds largest Iceberg, lovingly named A68a has been steadily drifting towards South Georgia island, A remote British Overseas Territory in the...

Take away alcohol sales introduced to ease pressure on the hospitality sector

Pubs will be allowed to sell take away alcohol in a bid to ease the pressure faced by the industry.

Pajamas are the new black

As we race into yet another lockdown perhaps it comes as little surprise that people are wearing casual clothes such as pajamas...

Oil prices plummet after new wave of Covid lockdowns

Oil prices have hit a five month low following several newly implemented lockdowns. Countries including the UK, France and...

Join Efficient Homes Renewable Revolution

Efficient Homes are one of the leading renewable energy companies in the UK, and they are on a planet-saving mission. For the...

Pound down amidst no-deal fears for Brexit

The pound fell against the dollar on Friday after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said a no-deal Brexit looked "very, very likely".

UK caught in Boeing Dispute

The UK has "no authority" to impose tariffs as part of an aircraft subsidies row after leaving the EU, the US has...